Private Pilot

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Private Pilot

Learning to fly, whether for enjoyment, dream fulfillment, or employment, is a rewarding, exciting, and emotional experience that cannot be explained

Whether you’re learning to fly for a career, as a hobby, or to fulfill a lifelong dream, the first step towards this goal is obtaining a Private Pilot Certificate.

A Private Pilot’s License allows a pilot to fly a single-engine airplane under visual flight rules (VFR), referring to visibility of at least three miles, as well as at night. A private pilot may carry passengers but may not be paid for doing so, although the pilot can share operating expenses with the passengers.

steps to become a Private Pilot

AVIATION BADGE

Meet the Requirements

You must pass the basic medical exam, be at least 16 years old, be a US Citizen or hold a valid Visa to US and read, speak and understand English

ALTITUDE

Complete Ground School

Your ground school classes cover a wide range of topics to prepare you for flight training. Once you complete your ground school, you must pass the FAA written exam

FILGHT

Complete Flight Training

The FAA requires 40 hrs of flight training in order to earn the license. This includes day and night flying, cross-country, and other types of flight training requirements

PILOT

Pass the Check-Ride

Once your CFI feels you are ready, he or she will sign off and arrange your final checkride with an FAA examiner. When you pass your checkride, you are now an official private pilot

How the Training works

This course includes the flight and ground instruction to meet the needs of an average student with good English language skills and ability.

Getting your private pilot certificate is a long and joyous journey and it couldn’t be easier than with our comprehensive training program. Unlike at other flight schools, our curriculum is tailored to fit your schedule and your needs. Through out the course of training, there will be an equal balance of ground and flight training. Flight training consists of actual flying, such as practicing takeoffs, landings, and various flight maneuvers, whereas ground training consists of learning things in the classroom, like aerodynamics, airplane systems, weather theory, and regulations.

Not quite sure if you’re ready to fly an airplane all by yourself?

Take an introductory flight

Find out yourself. Set up an intro flight and see if the sky is not the limit!

Additional Training

available courses

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Ground Training

The course is designed to ensure pilots are well prepared to answer examination questions, both oral and written, through extensive knowledge and preparation. This course is taught in-person or online

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Commercial Pilot Certificate

If you want to fly for compensation or hire, you’ll need at least the commercial certificate. It’s a prerequisite to work as a flight instructor, corporate or charter pilot or fly skydivers, etc

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Flight Instructor Certificate

Build fundamental knowledge and develop your teaching skills. The FAA has already certified you as a competent commercia pilot; our job is to ensure that you become a well-prepare instructor

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High Performance Training

Pilots will become familiar with the characteristics and procedures for the high-performance airplane. Training is designed to teach the pilot how to stay ahead of the airplane in all phases of flight

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+1 (951) 335-5590

1961 Aviation Dr, #201, Corona, CA, 92878